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Prankster Jeff Wysaski of Obvious Plant recently took his comedy skills to a pet shop, rewriting the information placards for various animals with infinitely funnier, more interesting details that will surely help increase sales… except in the case of the turtle, who is exposed as neither mutant, nor ninja.

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An eight-week-old white kitten named Gary came into the world with two distinct markings that make it look like he either had an unfortunate run in with a Sharpie or is permanently concerned/confused. Obviously the Internet loves stories like this, and so Gary’s owner conducted an interview with the Daily Mail to explain the kitten’s name, as well as his meme moniker, “Concerned Kitten”:

“As he grew they got bigger and started to spread out. We started saying how confused he looked so I penned him ‘Concerned Kitten’ and it’s just stuck. Aside from his stage name, Confused Kitten has been given another name, Gary, after Gary Barlow because when the Take That star sings he holds his eyebrows up to get to the high notes.”

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Gettin’ Dipped

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